Novak Djokovic gets back to basics. The former world No. 1 trained with Marian Vajda, his longtime coach, from Sunday in Marbella, Spain. Just a few days ago Djokovic split with both Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek. It seemed that he would go coachless for a few tournaments, and instead, he decided to hire a new (old) coach again.
Djokovic and Vajda had split in May last year when the Serbian had fired also his fitness trainer and physiotherapist. Vajda will stay in Marbella for a few more days, then could join Djokovic for the Monte Carlo Masters that starts in a week.
They worked together for more than a decade and Vajda could really be the key to an eventual Djokovic's comeback at a high level. According to Novosti, "Marian never left Novak. He stayed in his life as a counselor and one of the few people our tennis player recently listens to." ALSO READ: Annabel Croft's bold prediction for Roger Federer's continuity of success